You should have a surveyor prepare the new legal descriptions of both properties. Then a deed needs to be prepared transferring the parcel being transferred. A lawyer can do that. But start with a surveyor.
New ownership company and upon receiving my lease renewal letter, they state I'm going to be automatically enrolled in their limited liability policy for $9.75 a month and that I can cancel my policy through Statefarm. I'm in property management, and I'm not sure they can legally do this. My... Read more »
the check back to us, lending co. told us to send it bck to them. They sent it to the new lending co. & now they sent it to county again. We are told that they are keeping it until 2020 & then will do analysis. Shouldn't we get this $ back now?
It sounds like your real estate taxes are rolled into your mortgage payments. Usually at closing taxes are prorated between buyer and seller for the year. If the county was paid twice, the overpayment goes to the mortgage lender. The lender usually re-analyzes the tax and insurance amount once each...Read more »
I am the previous owner of the property. It sold at foreclosure auction on 9/11/18. The current owner agreed to let me rent the property until 3/15/19. My son took his own life 10/26/18, & my granddaughter passed away 12/6/18. The expense of 2 funerals in just over a month caused me a major... Read more »
In the abstract there is nothing regarding road right of way until this time. Abstract dates from 1859. There is no amount listed as to what the road right of way is. How do I find out what is allowable as the county is starting to encroach upon my fenced property with their road. Is there a... Read more »
I am not aware of a state statute that defines the width of roadways, but some counties have such ordinances. Your best bet is to search the ordinances in your particular county, which can be done online.
Generally speaking, a landlord - even a new owner - has to give 30 days' written notice to terminate a lease. Your lease may have other provisions. If you don't have a lease, it is 30 days, and the notice should be in writing.
Seller stated new roof complete new roof 5 years ago Roof has got rotten spots in the plywood bathroom floors got rotten spots in the plywood around the toilet and the tub seller's installed ceramic tiles over to cover it up painted the ceiling is kills Staind blocker and smell blocker I like to... Read more »
As the petitioner, you are correct that you will have the burden of proving sellers knew about these conditions. This can be shown in many ways: repairs done, older photographs, statements by neighbors, etc. The burden is by a preponderance of the evidence, so more likely true than not.
The father was a cpa but the son put the property in his name using a poa assigned to the father. Unknown for some time and while trying to locate the cpa not realizing it was taken the same day of the assigned poa. True owner receiving 3266.00 through a 3 yr period for 166 acres of prime resort... Read more »
If the son had the father's power of attorney, son had a fiduciary duty to act in father's best interest. Questions like this usually come down to what is provable in court and the credibility of the witnesses.
Our basement has been backing up for 6 months as of November. Leasing company has sent the county to dig they did that left a mound of dirt in the front of the house then the plumbers came and tore up the basement floor to fix the inside issue but they left knee side of our basement floor open for... Read more »
The first thing to do is contact the landlord IN WRITING. Describe the situation and give them a deadline to fix it. No rent after that date until it is fixed. Hopefully that will get them moving faster to get the situation fixed.
Previous owner bought the house brand new only one that lived there he did some repairs to the ceiling didn't disclose it on the disclosure he disclosed that there's a new roof put on it where he repaired the ceiling I found mold previous owners live there for 19 years I live across the street from... Read more »
The contract itself will provide the cancellation time frame. If it is the Missouri Association of Realtors form contract the time for cancellation is definitely included in the contract. As for boundary disputes and other issues that arise, the contract should also provide what happens if a party...Read more »
If your daughter and her husband are cooperative, they can sign a Quitclaim Deed transferring their interest in the property to you and your husband. You will need to record the deed when it has been signed and notarized.
What constitutes normal wear and tear is generally determined on a case-by-case basis by the landlord and tenant. I am not aware of any list. If you dispute a landlord's charge on this basis, you should put your dispute in writing to the landlord and try to reach a compromise.
If you have evidence that the prior owner knew of the basement issues you can file suit for failure to disclose. Keep in mind that as the person bringing suit you will have the burden of proving their prior knowledge.
Generally, your father's and stepmother's wills will dictate how the property is transferred. They may also have had a Beneficiary Deed which directed who would own the property after they died. If none of these things is in place, transfer of the property will have to go through the probate court.
The residence in the trust can be sold by the trustee of the trust. But keep in mind that any transaction involving real estate needs to be in writing, so you should have a purchase/sale contract in addition to deed transferring title.
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